Jim Trucano - sworn in as the Highway Commissioner
Holiday Basket Giveaway
Thanks to the Collinsville Food Pantry - Monthly Senior Food Boxes are currently available at the Collinsville Township Senior Center. Please contact us to apply. Guidelines listed below.
Community Events and News
All Township Offices will be closed Monday January 18, 2021 in honor of Martin Luther King Jr
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8:30 - 4:30 M-F
Collinsville Township is ADA compliant.
LIHEAP - The Program Year 2021 application period for Energy Assistance starts July 27, 2020. Applications will continue to be accepted through June 30, 2021 or until funding is exhausted. Due to COVID-19 LIHEAP documents must be provided via the mail slot at the office or email. Please call or email firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions. Main Documents Required - Drivers License or Identification Card, Social Security Card for all persons living in the household, proof of income for past 30 days of the date of application for persons over the age of 18, Universal Signature Page signed by the applicant and most recent power bill.
The township administrative & tax assessor offices are open - all documents can be dropped through the door mail slot for processing and we are available by phone during our regular business hours and the senior center is currently closed due to COVID-19 precautions!
If you are in need of assistance or food please call the admin office at 618-344-1290 and for the tax assessors office call 618-345-0051.
Welcome to the Collinsville Township Website
Welcome to the Collinsville Township website serving all township residents!
Collinsville Township is committed to meeting residents’ needs through exceptional services and programs, dutiful leadership and community partnerships.
Collinsville Township comprises 36 square miles and includes all of the Madison County portion of Collinsville, all of Maryville, and a small part of Glen Carbon and Pontoon Beach.
The township board consists of the supervisor and four trustees elected at large from the township. The town supervisor serves as chairman of the board, and the township clerk is the clerk of the township board. The elected officials in township government consist of a supervisor, four trustees, a township clerk, the assessor, and the highway commissioner.
Township government is responsible for providing an office and facilities for the Assessor, as well as maintaining roads and bridges under the authority of the Township Highway Commissioner. Another duty of Township government is to provide for the needy in the community through the Supervisor's office. The Clerk's Office maintains records and administers voting procedures.
This site is intended as a resource for everyone, helping to connect our Township government and services with the people we serve.
8:30 - 4:30 M-F